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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, May THE JLETHliKIDGE "DAILY IIEKALD ,4 Carnation SUNDAY, MAY. H 1911 AT Corner llth Street and 4th Avenue South A white carnation in memory of a deceased mother A colored carnation in memory of a living mother rtive. It is hoped that an arrangement to go back to work pending a per- manent settlement can be arranged as a result of these conferences. Mr. Gordon will return to Winnipeg tomorrow evening-, to remain several days, after which the. .board will con- tinue its inquiry into the conditions of: the mines of the district. EDITED BY "UNp." Office Phone, 1224 Residence 620 Dr. Gordon is Making Ef- forts to'Get-'die Men to HIGH TRIBUTE IS PAID TO A PRIEST go Back- to.. Work (Special to the Herald) Presbyterian Pastor He Respect- Father Harkin More Than -Any.i 'Qther; Clergyman 10. The body of RBT. Father of St. Marj-'s HOSTESSES TOMORROW Mrs. A. Southard. Mrs. D. A. McKerricher. Mrs. J, Dull will not receive'to- morrow. Mrs, J. B. Renter will receive to- morrow for tho last time this season. Mrs. W. C. Ives will not receive to- morrow nor again until fall. Miss TiUey returned yesterday af- ternoon from the East. a Mrs. L. M. Johnstone left today for an extended ft coast. w Miss Audrey and Mr. Wood went to Medicine Hat yesterday af- ternoon to meet Mrs. Reeve. Mrs. Cavanah, who has been visit- V THEATRICAL ZEPHRA" AT THE MAJESTIC 80 far as amateur plays may be! Judged "Oueen Zephra" as produced' last evening must hold a prominent! place. There was, of course, as in' moat first night productions, room forj improvement here and there, but this' in no way detracted from the general attractions tho play exhibited, and will i no doubt remedy itself after the nat-j ural strain and novelty of an initial' are over. The .scenery and -costumes lent a tone of rich coloring to the various i artistically arranged groupings, and! 'ies'-prize was won by Mrs. Morden, and the gentlemen's by.. Mr. Crysdale. The consolation prizes were awarded Mrs. G. L. Anderson and Mr. Biddies respectively. Light refreshments were served, after which a most excellent programme was rendered. Mrs. E. A. Jackson, who was also accompanist for several of the performers, opened with., heartily-appreciated piano- j raise en scene was not only Verna Hoselton, Viva Elton, Eva Bis- forte..'selection-. Mr. C. Gibson sang j ire but pleasing; to the eye. Added to settj mitceT( Ida McAdoo Dor- Jne, expression "Garden of Una the tuneful sing-ing and the othy GIllesple> Kate Thomson. Jeaa: Roses" and his encore "Three ...for rytnmical dances helped to entertain Crawford, Lucy Warren Sadie Feitf good." He'Vasjfa audieace. A distinct-steic; MIss Christiansen, Susan Nor- acconiDamed'-lyv- Miss M. A SURE PURE THE KIND THATPLEASES THE PEOPLE! THEONLYWELL KNOWN MEDIUM PRICED BAKING POWDER MADE IN CAN ADA THAT DOES NOTCONTAINALUM E.WG1LLETTCO. LTD. TORONTO, ONT. lve of the play was the drill of man Wilson Nora Stafford. beautiful au'd most melodious render- jtlle Red Hussars, a happy combination; The chaperone. Mrs. J. H. duett '.-Excelsior" was iof Precision and given-by. Messrs: W. Stott and H: J. Kilner'and for an'eacorc, two of the'ed verses' were repeated in splendid bar- obtained This in itself intelligent manner it was work- mpn'y.'. R. Matthews, being lance. called '.upon for a comic song, respond ed with -an old favorite. "The Cap- i n jargelT helped in SUCCGSq of ,imiiar succes3 of aimilar L. Prince; Mrs. Cook, Mrs. Powell, Ivy Westley, Mrs .Packer. Ked Hussars: GEAOEETING t Laddy, There a- "fairly, large attendancj at the regular monthly, meeting of the T.! BuBiness- Men's Protective Association tain and encore "I'm ing with Mrs. Charles McKillop for' "Down'Tbej Vale'' was rendered splen a fortnight, went to Medicine Hat i didlv Mr. W, Stott, and an en- vesterdav afternoon. Very tunefully and very graceful executed by Miss Aria Wright was tl Annie Sherman, Mrs. As-Tioroft Diseth, Jean Stewart, Myrtle Mrs. Shover, Lena Stewart, Lee, Vira Dowsett, Nellie Jamie- iast night tn the secretary's office and: a large volume of business was hand> .'ed. After the routine, business dispensed 'with the meeting considered. tie communications received from item "iLpusiana a. duet with Edna Cooper, Eva McCann, Nar- U. Booth. Queen Zephra and Princess! garet McGurk, Grace Dicer, Etta Uut-i other associations. The Edmonton Neyera lost nothing of tfco charm and ton, Ethel Way, Lucy Way, Clara Way, sociatron wrote to the effect that core .''The -Dear Little Shamrock" j glamor such exalted personages pos-JEaa Hatch, Florence Hodgins, Bazel very popular. A humorous 'sess, in tbe manner they were stump speech "Buck, Fanshaw's' Fun-; lieti bJ" Glayzer andj Flower Dance: Chaperones.. Ares- here, passed in the Street 'Hospital, Ottawa, pneumonia. en was .'Ferule, -May as Nanton. and all the towns in for organizing. When. this is done practically every Ada TOrigSt; -Nita, iriend i-in: line. -'..Mr. Shanks promised to take up the! worked with him matter of having the -foar, sow in the same buildmg aa the ot 76ars ing room, located'in a seiparate build- irt.e' -wh-en a new building- was under construction. He had 'no dbuibt that! iing the temperance campaign some and merriment. -With the singing seniors, they helped to make settings of Neyera, Ada TOngtnt; m qhpffiMd rhoir enaeert' in that city'01" the National Aatbein, the erenin- i for sorne -Deautifn] pictures in what of 'Neyera, Robert Rose; Alias J UltlU LiliUlL OU J ____ cr j._ T, A I J Trtnjics- fSliaen'c MARRIED TKE TWO COUPLE Rev. T. P. Perry united in marriage this evening. (was brought to a close at 11.30. As a i Laurie, courtesy, to Mrs. William1 The Ladies' Aid of Wesley church Jomrrio- rnay 'oe said to be a successful play, jdore, Edith Jones; Queen's Page, Eva Tne cast of the prologue was Cupid, Ursula Elton; Dccius, Cardston, wha is spending 'held annual meeting yesterday follows: Fairy Godmother, Mrs. Doug-'King of Norseland, H. J. Booth; Jena, las: Princess Neyera, Jean Crawford; .Jfrince of Mythland, Val Pearson; Sir Flora, Lucy Warren; Prince Captain of the Guard, Venion B'. L. Cove, sscretary of bri'dge association, has moved his .of- fice from the the ground., Mr. Wilson give attentiqn. The cluib was a self and the wishes of the members had to be -.v- .Mr. Ccmsins, -a miner who had work- at- Weslej' parsonage last night at seven', H. Firth and E. Coppe- aa, and the two girls wiio. appeared with them in police court yesterday mbraing. of the building" and; the change- confirmed." The meeting adjourned at 11 o'clock north, for nine -.months prior, to th.9 shutdown, corroborated the evidence of other miners .regarding loss of time a few .days in town, Mrs. R. E. Me- -tlTTrgOodly number of s7r Solon, Ste Fair-'i Pearson; Sir Alexis. Minister of State, A ._ 4-u-rii- 4-V.rt u rt4- T.nP Tifiom TTfoc-an T T'Ts l _ _ __ _'_ r r_. A ft LJAC j D .jj, _ Arthur was the hostess at a pleasant the "members present, The principal v little high, tea Tuesday evening in.her business was the receiving of the re- Black Birds: Chaperoces, Mrs. R.D. apartments in the Victoria Mansions. of the secretary-treasurer, -Mrs. j Mrs. W. Whitney; Gladys Ross J Decius, Ch'as" Woods r Olaf, attendant A. Smith-; and the election of of- ._The_p_upils_of Mr. H. C. ficers for the ensuing year. Mrs.' "vritt 'Hold 'next' We'dnes'day ;'1n A- evening in St." Augusta's Parish hall; order that the Ladies' Aid and the RICHARD GIBSON London, Ont., May Deleware township, 8 This5 will be the year's work should run con- Miller. Mamie Mc- Lean. Marie Crawford, Leona Geoghe- Annie na 'Niven, Winnie Stitt, Leaner Fish- er, Gladys Hynds, Susie -Gillespie. Dooglas McNair; Sir Thomas, a knight Fred T. Hendnx, attendant of b-usme3S I increasing. U will be, hold. two meetings, a .month instead" of one. 01 omer miners .regarding loss 01 time i -----FJ au u u uv r-ho-narnno Alrc T hy lack of timber, trackage and carsjf- most; prominent shorthorn pupil recital given by Mr. Salmon Ivies' Aid are He had to walk -back to Fernle fre-jcattle.and sheep toreeders in America, ( because of these shortages, and had lost time in other ways.' His wages -bad averaged per day after deducting purchases of powder and" other charges such, as doctor i'ees, etc. The' company's statement snowed his gross earnings to have been .The chairman' complimented this! clear manner which he gave hi? evidence. Shanks; stated that much-of the time the mines .had been closed was ibecause of car shortage, this being be-.' cause of lack-of .orders for -coal. j Dr. this should looked-into. Manager WaJson stated that the I -covering -tine cost'of mining coal and the average wages of all the 'would." be ready this afternoon. board adjourned to two o'clock, the onto secret fence with the mine workers' and vice-president of the International Stock show of died tpday, aged 71 years.- this season, and he will be glad to ex- jthe election of officers at the end of tend an invitation to anyone who I eight months. During these eight months there have been held eight- ROOSEVELT TO GO TO FAR NORTH will phone him, No. 1162 before Tues- day. At her home, 1283 Sixth Ave., s., I reSuIar. but the pupils of Mrs. Horspool gave a i sion demanded. regular business cteetings and a num- jber of other racetings, which were noli whenever occa- Gillesple; Harry Woods, Charles Woods, John Packer, Herbert Jolly W'm. Kealey, Harry Clear, -Albert Woods, Jim Cook, W. P. Harris, Geo. Morgan, John TJnsworth.. Good Night Dance: Chaperone, Mrs. A, E. Baston; Agnes Hamilton, Kath- ileen Symonds, Marion Henderson, of Dectus, P. R. i RRTGATION- OFFfCl AL Robt. Stockton, C.R, who has been appointed Superintendent of Operation and Maintenance .under the administra- tion 'division of the, Irrigation as at present.- Eczema Is Curable'.''' to whose efforts a great! i are asked to be punctual so as not j deal ot or the Aid is due. j to interrupt the lecturer, I i While this lecture is primarily for'BAIL WAS REFUSED Church of England, people, any others! TO JOHN McNAMARA who are will he welcome. Los ,Ungeles. io._Tho jtion of John J. McNamara for the fix- St. Mary's Men's Society held their jing of baJ! on the charge of dynamit- fourth Whist Drive and Social In [ing was not allowed by Superior Keding's last night.. There was j Judge without prejudice, a good attendance and most sue- jand with the to renew it at any cessful evening was spent. The lad- UEEN UALITY SHOE The success of tlie Queen Quality Sboe is unparalleled. It ie tremendous. It is now- world iamous. It is tne world's standard of "A periect tor women at moderate cost." You can absolutely depend upon It is as reliable as Sterling on Silver or 22 Karat on Gold. W. J. NELSON CO. Ihe Foot Toggery Sole Agents nni ;